Active Directory: Top 10 Security Settings to make directly after Installing

Installing Active Directory is not all that difficult. However, once you get it installed, there is still plenty of work that needs to be done. The first stage of configuration of Active Directory is securing it. There are many areas that need attention and many settings that need to be altered to prepare it for […]

Installing Active Directory is not all that difficult. However, once you get it installed, there is still plenty of work that needs to be done. The first stage of configuration of Active Directory is securing it. There are many areas that need attention and many settings that need to be altered to prepare it for secure action on your network. Let’s take a look at the initial settings that you should make to get Active Directory secure for your network before you dive into setting up the entire structure.

After you install Active Directory, you must take immediate action to protect your asset. Not only do you need to protect your new Active Directory asset, you must create a world from which you can administer from safely. To do this, you will need to create a new user account that is used by you when administering anything related to Active Directory.

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